Davis County 4-H Service Award

The time that youth put towards serving their community through 4-H is considered service. Many times 4-H service includes a 4-H project that was created with the intention of serving others (helping them, brighten their day, etc.). Another type of service that is recognized is the time that youth spend volunteering during 4-H events. This may be at the club level (helping other 4-Hers during a club meeting or service performed as a club), the county level (helping with an event or activity), or the state level (being a leader at a state camp, etc.).

A separate form is needed for each 4-Her. Youth must be registered for 4-H to receive their award (For the past and current year, if not yet registered for the current year, they must be by the achievement reporting submission deadline)..

The 4-H Service Award is earned by having 30 or more 4-H service hours in the past 4-H year. This equals 2.5 or more 4-H service hours/week in a twelve month period.

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